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Mahesh Babu’s Diwali gift to Sriram Adittya

Mahesh Babu's Diwali gift to Sriram Adittya
Mahesh Babu’s Diwali gift to Sriram Adittya

If ongoing buzz in the media and the film industry is to be believed, Telugu Superstar Mahesh Babu is going to collaborate with young director Sriram Adittya for an upcoming project. On the occasion of Diwali, Mahesh Babu has also sent a special gift to Sriram Adittya. This news is confirmed by Sriram Adittya himself as he took to his Twitter and thanked Mahesh Babu for his sweet gesture.

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It is known the news that Mahesh Babu recently launched his own clothing line called The Humble Co. His fans are very excited to know whether Mahesh Babu offered Diwali gifts to everyone in the industry. If he has sent a gift only to Sriram Adittya. Is Maharshi star teaming up with the director Sriram Adittya? Let’s wait for an official announcement.

Sriram Adittya is a screenwriter and director who predominantly works in Telugu cinema. He made his directorial debut with, Bhale Manchi Roju in which Sudheer Babu and Wamiqa Gabbi played the lead roles. His movie Shamantakamani got a good response from the audience. His last released movie was multistarrer Devadas in which Natural Star Nani shared the screen space with Nagarjuna.

However, Mahesh Babu is currently busy with the shooting of Anil Ravipudi’s directorial venture Sarileru Neekevvaru. The movie revolves around an Army Major played by Mahesh Babu. the film has Rashmika Mandanna in the female lead role. On the occasion of Diwali, the makers of Sarileru Neekevvaru released few posters that featured the look of Vijayshanti and Rashmika Mandanna. The makers are planning to wrap up the entire shoot by the end of next month.

According to the latest buzz, Mahesh Babu hasn’t signed any new projects but has given a courtesy nod to Vamshi Paidipally’ film. However, official confirmations are awaited. Sources close to Bharat Ane Nenu star revealed that he is looking for some interesting projects for the next couple of years.

Credit: Twitter

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